“We need to stand together for that goal. Do not try to destroy it with such violence,” Mr Vijayan stated
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Thursday slammed the violent protest staged by the Kerala College students’ Union (KSU) in the course of the exams held at an engineering faculty right here and stated when efforts are on to carry instructional establishments again to normalcy, pupil organisations must assist it.
The chief minister, in a publish on his Fb web page, stated it was the accountability of the society to make sure that the upper training and job search of scholars isn’t hampered as a result of pandemic.
“We need to stand together for that goal. Do not try to destroy it with such violence,” Mr Vijayan stated.
He stated that the violence perpetrated by KSU staff in the course of the BTech third semester examination at KTU campus within the metropolis was “highly reprehensible” and “extremely unfortunate”.
KSU staff entered the premises and threw out the query papers, police stated including that three individuals have been arrested in reference to the incident.
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